There is no doubt that Love is among the top desires of human pursuit. As water quenches (satisfy) our thirst, so does Love seems to satisfy our desires. Without it, things become miserable. In light of this, love is a vital necessity. In terms of ranking human needs, I’m convinced that it is the number one. You were welcome in this world with love, and will depart with love. In between such period, sometimes love seems to vanish or tends to be something else. To some, the goodness associated with love becomes like sour medicine. So many phrases are just made up to describe such moments in life. For instance, ‘love is bitter’, ‘love is wicked’, ‘love is painful’, ‘real love doesn’t exist’, and many other things. The bottom line question in most minds continues to be: where is love? Continue reading “Love is in the air, or in the heart?”
The enlightenment of the day brings forth its own issues.
Therein are also various forms or levels of choices to make.
Wherein our values guides us to tap into the opportunities it presents.
Herein lead to growth in life – both inner and outer.
Thereover humility and pride call in to take the seat of glory.
Whereover one leads to favour and the other to destruction.
Hereinto peace or conflict in life abound.
Inasmuch as the Grace of God is renewed upon us everyday, we are to live gratefully; and through love, encouraging one another to tap into this divine source of peace.
Stories are great to connecting dots. As Steve Jobs puts it, we can’t connect the dots looking forward; we can only connect them looking backwards. Connecting the dots in this context actually means understanding the relationship between the different ideas one has been exposed to or the experiences one has been through. In a simple terms, something needs to be connected to something else. Therefore, it’s apparently not possible to connect oneself to his/herself. Continue reading “Moral Story: Anchor of Life at a Glance”